To keep up in today’s mobile world, you need to access your tools and files from anywhere, across your devices. With Office 365 you can. Use your business-class email through Outlook, collaborate on documents, and create and edit files from your phone, tablet, or desktop. With Office powered by the cloud, you always have the latest applications, your files are always up to date, and your recent documents are up front, so you can get right to work.
Most organizations today have limited IT resources, particularly in personnel. Just about every organization has more strategic opportunities than it can handle, ranging from dayto- day activities such as empowering mobile workers to big-picture initiatives like digital transformation. Why spend your limited resources on a “keep the lights” on function like backup, when the cloud makes it simple and turnkey? Using a modern cloud solution, you can easily move backups off site to a service provider while maintaining complete visibility and control, end-to-end encryption and quick access to your backups whenever you need them.
Software as a Service - SaaS
Software as a service is a software licensing and delivery model in which software is licensed on a subscription basis and is centrally hosted. Hosted software is usually accessed via a web browser. It enables a business to have access to the required software without having to invest in infrastructure to host and run the application.
As SaaS is usually web browser-based, the client machines typically do not require any additional resources or applications to run, creating an easier to manage IT estate for the company.
Platform as a Service - PaaS
Platform as a service is a complete development and deployment environment in the cloud. Platform as a service includes infrastructure, servers, storage and networking, but also middleware, development tools, business intelligence, database management systems and more. It can be purchased, designed and configured though Cherry Orange. PaaS enables a business to instantly access required application infrastructure and middleware without long timescales and costs involved in running this internally.
Infrastructure as a Service - IaaS
Infrastructure as a service allows a business to scale up and down your servers, letting you only pay for what you use while allowing you to install, configure and manage your companies software and applications. There are several IaaS suppliers, and data can be held in data centres strategically located around the world.